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Source: New Zealand Parliament – Oral Questions and Answers

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Oral Questions – 29 June 2022

Originally published: 29 June 2022

Questions to Ministers

NICOLA WILLIS to the Acting Prime Minister: Does he stand by the Prime Minister’s statement that “We need to be aspirational, and have a plan, but we also need to be disciplined and prioritise”, and is he satisfied that the Government is delivering good outcomes for taxpayer money?

INGRID LEARY to the Minister of Finance: What recent reports has he seen on the New Zealand economy?

SIMEON BROWN to the Minister for the Public Service: Does he stand by the statements of Acting Public Service Minister Hon Grant Robertson that “I’m confident that the public service is delivering to New Zealanders” and “We’ll always make sure that what we spend is careful”?

ARENA WILLIAMS to the Minister for Children: How is the Government continuing to transform Oranga Tamariki?

SIMON COURT to the Minister of Transport: How many people drive through the Mt Victoria tunnel per day, and how many does he project will walk and cycle through if the Government bans cars from the tunnel, as he announced this morning?

ANGIE WARREN-CLARK to the Minister of Conservation: How has Jobs for Nature supported the restoration of Rotorua lakes?

Hon JULIE ANNE GENTER to the Minister of Transport: Does he stand by his statement, “The emissions reduction plan is Government policy and something that we give great priority to. We will be considering that as we consider the best options to take mass rapid transit in Wellington forward”?

TODD MULLER to the Minister of Internal Affairs: Why did she accept the Fire and Emergency New Zealand Statement of Performance Expectations for 2022/23, in which the FENZ board indicated budgeted revenue of $661 million?

JAMIE STRANGE to the Minister of Tourism: What announcements has he made on tourism infrastructure supporting Matariki?

NICOLE McKEE to the Minister of Justice: Does she stand by her statement that she will bring a “victim-centric” approach to her job; if so, will she commit to introducing tougher penalties for offenders who repeatedly victimise New Zealanders?

CHRIS PENK to the Minister of Justice: Does she have confidence victims of crime are receiving adequate support with timely access to justice; if not, why not?

GREG O’CONNOR to the Minister of Transport: What recent announcements has he made about the future of mass rapid transit in Wellington?

Answers to these questions are delivered from 2pm (New Zealand time) on the day of tabling. The answers can be accessed in text form, once Hansard is finalised, by clicking here.